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May 2015

Author Interview

By |May 23rd, 2015|

Book Goodies posted an author interview with me and Joseph Grisham about The Patent. The site included the first five chapters of The Patent to give you a knee-deep wade into the thriller story.

Targeted […]

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Successful Single Parenting for Dads

By |May 22nd, 2015|

Interview Today with Tez Brooks!

Successful single parenting for dads is the focus of Single Dad Detour.

“Writing a book to benefit others seemed as if I was digging in nasty cat litter to find […]

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Why Writers Should Retreat

By |May 13th, 2015|

Imagine a writer’s retreat.

A charming hotel with character, history, uniquely decorated rooms, and of course, five-star food. Tucked near a majestic mountain, in the center of an artsy village where elegant hippies host vegan […]

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Meissner Effect Magic

By |May 8th, 2015|

From the Department of Theoretical Physics at Ural University, this is an image of the Meissner Effect in action. In my novel with Max Garwood, The Patent, the nation that develops a patent involving […]

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A Freelancer Asks Questions About Writing

By |May 6th, 2015|

These questions came from a writer who is growing his career.

Q: Should I propose an idea or a fully written story to a magazine or newspaper editor? I don’t want to submit a completed […]

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Should Parents Set Boundaries?

By |May 4th, 2015|

       Should parents set boundaries for their children? That is the question June Hunt and I explored in our book, Bonding With Your Child Through Boundaries. Parenting is the most demanding, rewarding, […]

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April 2015

A Piece of Paradise for Mom

By |April 30th, 2015|

Sea glass jewelry is a piece of paradise you take with you where ever you go.

My friend’s mother cried when she received a necklace made of white sea glass at Christmas. Another friend took […]

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Multiply Writing Efforts

By |April 29th, 2015|

Writing Wednesday and multiplying your writing efforts.

I wrote a winsome piece about a brave mother whose child was swept out of the delivery room at birth. “There are problems with the baby,” the doctor […]

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Letter to My Daughter

By |April 27th, 2015|

At the end of the school year, we are reminded how quickly our children grow. My friend, Sheli, penned this piece for her soon-to-graduate-high school daughter.

For more heart thoughts from Sheli Massi, visit her […]

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#Fur Elise is Surprising and Suspenseful Novel

By |April 24th, 2015|

      PeggySue Wells has a surprising, suspenseful, and at times breathtaking new novel, Fur Elise. It isn’t simply a romantic suspense, as suspense doesn’t even begin to describe the thrilling international criminal […]

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